Daily Archives: August 10, 2010

Google, Verizon, and Web Pay Tiers

Google and Verizon have been receiving harsh criticisms over the last week regarding their potential plans to end network neutrality and force companies to pay a fee in order to maintain the speed of their web sites.


The internet has always been a level playing field, inspiring the term “Network Neutrality.”  What that means is, whether you are looking at YouTube or a random website your cousin designed, the content is equal and moves at an equal pace online. (This has nothing to do with the speed of your personal internet connection)

If Google and Verizon create web pay… Continue reading